Leading Lean Six Sigma Training Provider Continues 2016 Program in Historic City
Austin, TX, February 18, 2016 (Newswire.com) - On March 29, 2016, leading Six Sigma training provider 6Sigma.us kicks off a comprehensive 2016 training series in Philadelphia, PA.
6Sigma.us is the first Six Sigma provider to offer the first two weeks of the Green Belt and Black Belt together. This 2+2 format allows for Green Belts and Black Belts to attend training together. The company delivers a full range of onsite Six Sigma Champion leadership courses for organizations deploying Six Sigma. The public classes start at 8:00 am and end at 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday at most locations. Weeks with 4.5 days will end at 12:00 pm on Friday. This includes the JumpStart, as well as the first week of the Green Belt.
This event will offer training and certifications for White Belt, Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt practitioners of Six Sigma. The White Belt training is one day in duration and the Yellow Belt training is two days in duration. What makes this offering so dynamic and valuable to Six Sigma practitioners is the combination Green Belt and Black Belt course.
For the professional looking for upward career mobility, Six Sigma training provides a solid foundation. The 6Sigma.us approach is both flexible and focused, perfect for the busy individual looking for training to fit with their schedule. The major difference between many training programs is the instructor’s experience and ability to apply that knowledge to real world situations.
Peter Peterka, Founder and CEO of Global Six Sigma LP, said, “Our instructors and mentors have worked across many industries and have an average of 10 to 30 years of real world, hands-on experience with Lean and Six Sigma.”
Peterka is thrilled to be able to offer the 6Sigma.us 2016 training series in Philadelphia. “The strength of the international business climate in Philadelphia is undeniable. It makes for a perfect location for this dynamic certification and training program," he said. "I feel strongly that the combination of quality training and the international business environment will attract professionals from across the US and European markets.”